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With our 3 Days 2 Nights Perth – Pink Lake package, you can explore pink hues and selfie with one of Mother Nature’s offspring – the sparkling bubble-gum pink Lake. Smell the saltiness wafting through the air and see the mesmerising crystal- clear blue water of Indian Ocean along Coast Cliff. Witness Kalbarri’s breathtaking rock formation shaped over the million years, showcasing nature’s architecture. Walk through the Loop to give you a panoramic view to one of WA’s iconic natural beauties – Nature’s Window. Inject adrenaline pumping excitement by sand boarding down the smooth white sand dunes of Lancelin.
Adult Retail Price $899
Child Retail Price $849
Single Adult Retail Price $1089
1 April 2019 – 31 Mar 2020
3 Days 2 Nights
Lancelin / Cervantes / Lobster Shack / Geraldton
Lancelin is the northern most point of the Perth Beaches region, the sand dunes are the largest in the state containing absolutely nothing but pure white sand and no vegetation. They are around 2 kilometres long and provide the perfect spot for sandboarding. A spectacular sight at sunrise or sunset.
Take a tour of a live lobster processing plant. A video presentation gives you an insight into this marvellous industry. Follow on through to the factory overhead walkway where you stand directly above 20 tonnes of live rock lobsters. Enjoy the audio guide and travel through at your own pace. We stop for lunch at the Lobster Shack.
The City of Geraldton has established itself as a trendy seaside city with the emergence of cold-brew coffee, street-art and arts festivals, shopping for coloured pearls, and indigenous drive trails. Blessed with beautiful inner-city beaches and a warm, windy climate – the region is a popular destination for water sports enthusiasts and maritime historians visiting Point Moore lighthouse.
Geraldton / Nature Window / Kalbarri National Park / Coastal Cliff / Pink Lake
Nature’s Window is one of Western Australia’s most iconic natural attractions.This iconic attraction is a wind-eroded opening in the layered sandstone that frames a view of the river. It is a moderate, one-kilometre return walk beginning with a flight of stairs from the lookout at the carpark. Views of the gorge are available from the sealed path and lookouts before the final, rocky section.
Kalbarri National Park
Kalbarri National Park surrounds the lower reaches of the Murchison River, which has cut a magnificent 80 kilometre gorge through the red and white banded sandstone to create formations such as Nature’s Window and The Loop, Z-Bend and Hawks Head, with scenic gorge views at the Ross Graham Lookout and views of the town and river mouth at Meanarra Hill.
The Coastal Cliff walks are also a must. We walked along the 13 km cliff tops and enjoyed the many lookouts. From the cliff tops we watched whales, dolphins, and sea birds. We enjoyed visiting natural rock formations, such as Mushroom Rock, Red Bluff, and the Natural Bridge. Plus, storyboards along the cliff top walks told us about historic ship wrecks.
Pink Lake is located in the fishing village of Port Gregory, this 27-square-mile lake actually changes color. While it’s predominantly pink, its colors transform to shades of red and purple depending on the time of day, season, and weather—although it’s said to be most beautiful when it’s mid-morning and at sunset.
Gersldton / Jurien Bay / Pinnacles / Back to Perth City
Jurien Bay has earned a place in the hearts of Perth holidaymakers, as well as fishing, diving and snorkelling enthusiasts. Under sunny skies for the majority of the year, this relaxed fishing town is blessed with long sandy beaches, colourful offshore reefs, amazing marine life and a thriving cray fishing industry.
Western Australia’s gateway town to the Pinnacles Desert, Cervantes is a laid back fishing town north of Perth. Be sure to take in the lobster fishing industry as you travel through this town. Take a stroll through this eerie desert, amongst the iconic Pinnacles, believed to have been created millions of years ago when seashells were broken down into sand and then eroded by water and wind.